[amsat-bb] Fw: [ncecg] Ham equipment for sale

Mr Jeffrey L Ross radiooperator at comcast.net
Mon Sep 21 12:01:32 PDT 2009

----- Original Message ----- 
From: Doran Ditlow WA8EOW 
To: Mr Jeffrey L Ross 
Sent: Saturday, September 19, 2009 11:25 AM
Subject: Fw: [ncecg] Ham equipment for sale

Jeff, here is a bunch of stuff I am trying to get rid of, are you interested in anything?  Also several 110v ac power strips, various brands and sizes.  Prices on everything negotiable.  73, Doran
----- Original Message ----- 
From: Doran Ditlow WA8EOW 
To: ncecg at tdats.net 
Sent: Sunday, September 13, 2009 11:45 AM
Subject: [ncecg] Ham equipment for sale

KLM 2m-16lbx 2m beam, has 28ft boom, gain 14.5db.  A long antenna in good condition.

KLM 143-150-14C 2m Yagi beam.  Gain 11 dbdc (gain referred to dipole, circular polarized)  This is a circular polarized antenna designed for satellite communications.  It has 7 elements horizontal and 7 elements vertical on same boom.  It can be used for either vertical or horizontal polarization by removing one set of elements.  The boom length is 12'-9".

Twenty foot tall guyed tubular mast, has small tripod for bottom to mount into.  Has several sections which telescope into each other.  About right size to mount big tv antenna on or 2m beam or vertical.
Make an offer for either antenna to wa8eow at arrl.net

Stuff from n8acl estate.....................

Radioshack 7A6 speaker-microphone for Radioshack HTX-202 HT, new.  Will work with some other HT's, Icom, maybe others.  Has plug with two pins, one small, one larger to plug into ht.  Has clip on back of mike to clip on your lapel.

Radioshack 11A99 external speaker for mobile or base radio.  Eight ohms, 5 watts, has mono 1/8" plug.  Like new but missing mounting bracket.  

Realistic Pro-2022 scanner.  Uhf-Vhf seems to work well.  Will not receive trunked radio systems.  Programmable, has most of local fire, ems etc. channels programmed.  Holds up to 200 channels.

Several crystal type scanners, all seem to work ok but won't receive trunked systems and need one crystal for each channel you want to receive.  Cheap.

Several power strips, multiple outlets on each with on-off switch.

Forty foot high, ten foot sections, Rohn 45G antenna tower.  This is a fairly large tower, 14 inches on each side, triangular, has a house bracket.  Top of tower has a flat plate on it.  Tower needs to be guyed if very large antenna is to be put on it, like HF beam.  There is another section which has a tube in the top so rotator can be put below top of tower and mast extends up through this tube.  Rest of tower looks very good but this top section has quite a bit of surface rust.  Tower is standing, if you can take it down the price will be lower.

Ten foot tripod for mounting antenna on roof.

Anybody interested in any of this stuff contact wa8eow at arrl.net or call 231-834-5218.


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